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    So you can origami it into any shape you want - a megaphone, a TV, a hat...
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    That bad boy needs webOS and a color screen.
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    One step closer to being able to wear our gadgets in our clothing.
    Touchscreens are a fad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syndil View Post
    One step closer to being able to wear our gadgets in our clothing.
    Been out for a while

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    I did read about that dress when ecouterre originally reported about it. However it's more of a novelty item than a practical substitution for a cell phone. It will only dial one or two preprogrammed numbers, and it has no display for caller ID or texting. A flexible display that can be integrated into your clothing is what is needed to make it practical.
    Touchscreens are a fad.
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    check that out nokia 888.
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    Very cool, although it doesn't look like it ever made it from concept to prototype as was done with the PaperPhone.
    Touchscreens are a fad.
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    It surely is the future for webOS advanced gestures - not just swipes, but bends and folds!

    BBC News - Flexible phone made from electronic paper to debut

    Hasn't HP always wanted bendy-screen gadgets... I reckon it wont be long till we have a flexible phone...
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